akshaygs21 Profile Answers by akshaygs21 May 27th, 2008 its 204 1*1=64 2*2=49 3*3=364*4=255*5=166*6=97*7=48*8=1

chandradeepika Profile Answers by chandradeepika Questions by chandradeepika Jun 10th, 2008 n(n+1)(2n+1)/6. put n=8. therefore 204. ans 204 squares.

kartikvelu Profile Answers by kartikvelu Questions by kartikvelu Jun 11th, 2008 the answer for this question can be derived frm this frmula n(n+1)(2n+1)/6-------204(8x8)

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